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No need for knives and forks here. Just grab some fish cakes and tartar sauce, courtesy of Publix Apron Simple Meals Recipes, and enjoy the taste of the Caribbean. Fish cakes Ingredients
The European Union is providing a Euro 8.6 million (one Euro = US$1.29) grant to support a project to improve Caribbean food security in the context of climate change. The project is being conducted in Belize, Barbados, St. Kitts and Nevis and Trinidad and Tobago and is being organized by the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI). It was discussed at a two-day conference here last month. Barbados will plant sweet potato and yam, while Belize will grow corn and beans and St. Kitts and Nevis sweet potatoes, beans, peas and pigeon peas. T&T will also be responsible for sweet potatoes and corn. The project is aimed at producing plant materials that are resilient to extreme climate and which must be put in the hands of the farmers and ensure that consumers have access to these nutrition rich foods.
The region’s culture will be on display this month at the annual “Taste of the Caribbean in South Florida. Chefs and bartenders from the Caribbean will compete for culinary honors June 26-30 at the Hyatt Regency in Miami. “The Caribbean is united in the promotion of the region’s indigenous flavors and products,” Josef Forstmayr, chairman of Caribbean Hotels and Tourist Association (CHTA) and chairman of “Taste of the Caribbean”, said in a recent press release promoting the event.
Caribbean culture will be on display at the annual Taste of the Caribbean where chefs and bartenders from the region take center stage to compete for the Caribbean’s top culinary honors, June 26-30 at the Hyatt Regency, Miami. "The Caribbean is united in the promotion of the region’s indigenous flavours and products. From the world’s best spices to the best coffee, rums, beers and tropical fruits, our national cuisines are an important part of our destination marketing," said Josef Forstmayr, chairman of CHTA and chairman of Taste of the Caribbean. "Our distinct cuisines are part of our national identities and Taste of the Caribbean showcases our region in a very powerful way," Forstmayr added.
The distinct flavor of Caribbean culture will be on display at the annual “Taste of the Caribbean” culinary competition and festival next month in Miami, Florida.Chefs and bartenders from the region will take center stage June 26-30 to compete for honors at the Hyatt Regency hotel. Presented by the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), the event will host a gathering of culinary enthusiasts and experts.“The Caribbean is united in the promotion of the region’s indigenous flavors and products,” Josef Forstmayr, chairman of CHTA and chairman of Taste of the Caribbean, said in a recent press release promoting the event.
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